M20 ROADWORKS - delays and disruption ahead
Friday 13th April 2018
MOTORISTS can expect delays and disruption in the coming days for roadworks on the M20.
A statement from Highways England says:
M20 Junction 2 (Sevenoaks) to Junction 4 (West Malling), Kent: resurfacing
Work to improve journeys by resurfacing sections of the carriageway begin this week on the M20. On Monday 16 April there will be an eastbound closure between junction 2 and 4 of the M20 for two nights between 8pm and 6am. In addition, the M26 will be closed eastbound between junction 2a and 3. A clearly signed diversion will be in place via the A20
M20 junctions 5 to 7, Maidstone, Kent: resurfacing
Work to improve journeys by resurfacing sections of the carriageway continue this week on the M20. On Wednesday 18 April there will be an eastbound closure of the M20 main carriageway between junction 5 and 7 for three nights between 8pm and 6am. Traffic will be able to navigate between the junctions by utilising the distributor road through this section. On Saturday 21 April there will be a full carriageway closure of the M20 between Junction 5 & 7 for two nights between 8pm and 6am. A clearly signed diversion will be in place via A228, M2, and A249.
M20 junction 10 to 11, Mersham, Kent: resurfacing
Work to improve journeys continue this week by resurfacing sections of the M20 carriageway. On Monday 16 April there will be a full eastbound closure between Junction 10 and 11 for seven nights between 8pm and 6am. A clearly signed diversion will be in place via the A20 and A28.
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